Yuji Ohno

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Yuji Ohno
Native name
大野雄二
Also known asMahou P.
Born (1941-05-30) 30 May 1941 (age 77)
Atami, Shizuoka, Japan
GenresJazz fusion, electronic, experimental, new wave, ambient
Occupation(s)
  • Musician
  • composer
  • orchestrator
  • pianist
InstrumentsKeyboard, piano
Years active1968–present
Associated actsMiroslav Vitous, Lenny White, Masa Matsuda
Websitewww.vap.co.jp/ohno/

Yuji Ohno (大野 雄二, Ōno Yūji, born 30 May 1941 in Atami, Shizuoka, Japan) is a Japanese jazz musician. Ohno is known for his musical scoring of Japanese anime television series, particularly Lupin III, and most famously the 1977 series Lupin III Part II and the feature film The Castle of Cagliostro.[1] Later anime series scored by Ohno include Shingu: Secret of the Stellar Wars, the 1979 Toei series Captain Future (known as Capitaine Flam in France) and the 1982 series Space Adventure Cobra. He has composed scores for live-action films, namely Toei's tokusatsu series Seiun Kamen Machineman, his only work on this genre to date.

Ohno is also a member of a jazz trio with Czech bassist Miroslav Vitous and American drummer Lenny White.

Discography[edit]

  • Sound Adventure Act.1 (1975)
  • The Inugamis (1976)[2]
  • Space Kid (1978)
  • Silent Dialogue (1979, with Masa Matsuda)
  • Cosmos (1981)
  • Lifetide (1982)
  • Lupin The 3rd: Perfect Collection (1984)
  • Lupin III Theme Collection (1991)
  • Lupin the Third 「JAZZ」 (1999)
  • Lupin the Third 「JAZZ」 the 2nd (2000)
  • Lupin the Third 「JAZZ」 the 3rd. Funky & Pop (2001)
  • Lupin the Third 「JAZZ」 Another Jazz (2002)
  • Lupin the Third 「JAZZ」 Bossa & Fusion (2002)
  • Lupin the Third 「JAZZ」 Christmas (2003)
  • Lupin the Third 「JAZZ」 Plays the "Standards (2003)
  • Lupin the Third 「JAZZ」 Plays the "Standards" & Others (2004)
  • Lupin Trois (2004, with Kahimi Karie)
  • Lupin the Third 「JAZZ」 Cool for Joy (2005)
  • Lupin the Third 「JAZZ」 the 10th, New Flight (2006)
  • Lupin the Third 「JAZZ」 What's Going On (2007, with the Lupintic Five)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Patten, Fred (2004). Watching anime, reading manga: 25 years of essays and reviews. Stone Bridge Press. p. 97. ISBN 1-880656-92-2.
  2. ^ https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0074691/fullcredits?ref_=tt_ql_1

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